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Publication Date: 1994
Publisher: Yale University Press
Jorden, Eleanor H., Noda, Mari
This supplement to Japanese: The Spoken Language, Part 1 (Yale University Press, 1987), hereafter JSL, Part 1, has been prepared for those who find the Structural Patterns in the textbook difficult to master in their present form. Here they have been transformed into a question-and-answer format, with most exchanges covering a single point. This format is also useful for review or for studying the Structural Patterns together with a fellow student.Jorden, Eleanor H. is the author of 'Japanese The Spoken Language, Part 1 A Question and Answer Supplement', published 1994 under ISBN 9780300059410 and ISBN 0300059418.
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